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Reply #5490 on: August 28, 2019, 01:11:10 PM
never seen it. would totally watch it. felt involved with the trailer

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Reply #5491 on: August 28, 2019, 01:12:25 PM
I started buying used blu-rays a few years ago and built up a pretty big collection, I definitely prefer it to streaming.

Has anyone made the jump to 4K UHD discs? I just got The Matrix, Big Lebowski, Blade Runner 2049, War For the Planet of the Apes, and Black Hawk Down. We're in the early days of a new format where you want to get movies you can really test your system out on. They all look great but honestly I was most impressed with Big Lebowski, I never gave that film credit for being visually rich, but I think it's because older transfers were kind of shit.

Have a few on my wishlist. Waiting to get Phantom Thread in 4K...I have the blu and it's still a little pricey for me for a double dip. I hear The Shining's new 4K transfer is going to be amazing. Will also definitely get Apocalypse Now when there's a price drop.


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Reply #5492 on: September 06, 2019, 12:10:03 PM
Has anyone made the jump to 4K UHD discs?

I have a few 4K discs. There aren't many that I want, but we're now starting to get some good catalogue titles on the format.


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Reply #5493 on: November 04, 2019, 03:16:02 PM

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My current collection. Beyond the Valley of the Dolls being my latest purchase, at the B&N Criterion sale.
Bluz Not Pictured: De Palma (2015),  Bram Stoker's Dracula (1992), Inherent Vice (2014), The New York Ripper (1982), Spring Breakers (2012), Suspiria (2018), Under the Skin (2013)
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Reply #5494 on: April 01, 2020, 09:11:29 PM
Thunderbean is an independent distributor and already sent my disc btw


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Reply #5495 on: April 02, 2020, 03:21:52 AM
i instigated properties of yolo while ordering two more and i'd appreciate if the topic could focus on timeless essence rather than dreams from the past

All Aboard for a Trip to the Moon (1920)
Inklings #12
Snipshots (British release of an 'Inklings' short)
Christmas Seals Advertisement (1925)
Koko Salutes (1925)
My Old Kentucky Home (1925)
It's the Cat's (1926; Weiss reissue version)
Finding His Voice (1929 for Western Electric)
Hurry Doctor (1931 for Texaco)
Let's Sing with Popeye (1933)
Betty In Blunderland (1933)
This Little Piggy Went to Market (1934)
Dancing On the Moon (1935)
Musical Mountaineers (1939)
The Vacationer's Paradise (1942)
News Sketches (1944)

Theatrical and entertaining Industrials:
Big Tim- Beautifully animated UPA short from 1948
Destination Earth-Oil is king in this astonishingly designed industrial short from 1956
The Magic Fluke-Great Fox and Crow short from UPA
It's Only the Beginning- rare Technicolor John Sutherland pro-business propaganda film
The Sailor and the Seagull (1949) rare UPA cartoon for the Navy
Swab Your Choppers (1948) UPA for the US Navy
Planet Patrol- Rare and cool late 50's pilot for a TV series

Cool Drive in Stuff!
Drive in countdown and snack bar ads from the golden age of drive-in movies.

Super Stylish Commericals
A truely great collectionof 'spots' including rare commercials for Nash, Playhouse Pictures, a Shamus Culhane Productions showreel, Rare TV weatherman spots from Soundac Studios, Tex Avery Kool-Aid Commercials and much more!

contents of the previously-mentioned halloween haunts blu-ray

Films include:
THE HAUNTED HOTEL (J. Stuart Blackton, 1907)
THE PUMPKIN RACE (Roméo Bosetti, 1907)
Out of the Inkwell: OUIJA BOARD (Max Fleischer, 1920)
Dinky Doodle: JUST SPOOKS (Walter Lantz, 1925)
Out of the Inkwell: KO-KO SEES SPOOKS (Fleischer, 1925)
Mutt & Jeff: SLICK SLEUTHS (Dick Huemer, 1926)
Felix the Cat: SURE-LOCKED HOMES (Otto Messmer, 1928)
THE FRESH LOBSTER (ca. 1920s) with Billy Bletcher
Snap the Gingerbread Man: THE WITCH'S CAT (Kinex Studios, 1929)
Waffles & Don: THE HAUNTED SHIP (Van Beuren, 1930)
Felix the Cat: SKULLS AND SCULLS (Messmer, 1930)
Tom & Jerry: WOT A NIGHT (Van Beuren, 1931)
Felix the Cat: BOLD KING COLE (Van Beuren, 1936)